British Heavy Metal Influences The Early Career Of Cassio Audi
Cassio Audi has found success in almost every area of the heavy metal music industry and now finds himself at the top of the financial industry as one of the best-known financial experts in the nation. In 1985, Cassio Audi seemed to be headed along a very different career path to his current financial work when he joined the heavy metal band, Viper as the first drummer in a band who remain one of the top heavy metal groups in the nation of Brazil and across the planet.
The major influence on the formative version of Viper was the many different British heavy metal groups passing through Brazil in the early 1980s allowing the members of Viper to form their first successful musical influences. Among the bands Viper have been known to cite as influences are the British band, Iron Maiden, who have been in existence in various guises for more than four decades; many fans and critics remarked upon the influence of Iron Maiden on the early incarnation of Viper as heard on their early home recordings which became known as “The Killera Sword”.
30 years after the release of the band’s first studio album, “Soldiers of Sunrise”, Cassio Audi remains revered in the heavy metal genre for the success he achieved as the man responsible for being the basis of the sound of the band. Audi remained an important member of the band and was celebrated during recent anniversary tour designed to celebrate the release of Viper’s first album and their assault on international fame. Cassio Audi made the decision to leave Viper in 1989 as the band prepared to release their second studio album, “Theatre of Fate” which would see the band rise to international acclaim for their mix of classical and heavy metal inspired genres.
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